President & CEO, The Bozzuto GroupView Toby on LinkedIn
22 years Industry Experience
Harmonica & Guitar Player
Father of Three
As President and CEO, Toby Bozzuto provides strategic and day-to-day leadership for more than 3,000 employees across the country and guides future growth of Bozzuto’s homebuilding, multifamily development, construction and management divisions. Celebrating 35 years in business in 2023, Bozzuto manages 88,000 apartments and three million square feet of retail space across the U.S., has $1.2 billion in its construction pipeline and averages three development starts per year. Bozzuto has been nationally recognized as a Great Place to Work and named a Top Workplace by The Washington Post for seven consecutive years and a Top Company for Executive Women by Seramount for four consecutive years.
An active contributor to his community, Toby serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for Colgate University, a member of the Board of Visitors for the Shock Trauma Center at The University of Maryland Medical Center and an executive committee member of the Policy Advisory Board for the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. He previously served as a member of the Board of Trustees for The Gilman School and Kennedy Krieger Institute, on the National Advisory Board for ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, as a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and as a gubernatorial appointee to the Maryland Health and Higher Education Facilities Authority. A regular guest lecturer at Harvard Business School, Harvard Business School Executive Education program, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Georgetown University, Cornell University, the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University, Toby strives to share his insight and passion for creating community.
Toby has been featured in leading media outlets such as CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg, The Washington Post, the Washington Business Journal, Huffington Post and the MIT Sloan Management Review.
Maintaining a culture of kindness in the workplace is essential to Toby's vision for the company. He proudly joined the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge as well as Catalyst CEO Champions for Change, committing himself to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion throughout all levels of the workplace. In recognition of these efforts, he received the Champion of Immigration Award from the Washington English Center. Most recently, Toby was named to The Daily Record’s Power 100 List for the second year in a row and received the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington’s Martin K. Alloy Excellence Award. He was recognized as one of Washington D.C.'s 25 Most Powerful Real Estate Players in 2020 by the Commercial Observer, named a 2019 Commercial Real Estate Influencer by The Business Journals and is ranked in the Baltimore Business Journal’s Power 10. His many recognitions also include Developer of the Year by the District of Columbia Building Industry and Maryland Building Industry Association, Commercial Property Executive Rising Leader and the William Donald Schaefer Industrialist of the Year Award from the Baltimore Museum of Industry, which he accepted alongside his father, Tom Bozzuto, in 2016.
Toby is happily married and the proud father of three beautiful children. He is an avid musician, a rare book collector and enjoys cooking for his family.
'No mud, no lotus' in Baltimore
A Time for Light — Stand For Diversity In The Face Of Darkness
Toby takes creating extraordinary experiences to the next level by playing music for his friends, family, employees, clients and partners. An avid harmonica and guitar player, music is one of his biggest hobbies and passions. Toby has been known to take the stage at various events, delighting listeners with covers of U2 and other favorite bands. He even carefully curated a playlist to play in the lobby of Anthem House, a community in Baltimore, Maryland. Listen to the songs Toby chose to play in the community’s lobby below.
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